Book Reviews

Midnight Angel by Kevin Klehr at NineStar Press

Genre Gay / Fantasy / Angels/Demons / Romance / Holiday
Reviewed by Serena Yates on 10-December-2018

Book Blurb

Dinner is overcooked. The guests haven’t arrived.


Luke is sitting alone at his dining table on New Year’s Eve. He was hoping to romance Nathan, one of the people he invited for this intimate evening meal.


As midnight draws closer, it seems an angel, who has magically appeared in Luke’s apartment, is the only person to drink champagne and watch the fireworks with.


But this angel has other ideas. He’s about to grant Luke the New Year’s Eve party he thought he wanted.


Book Review

What we think we want, especially in matters of the heart, and what we actually need are often two very different things. This story explores Luke’s loneliness, his attempts to romance a guy he thinks he wants, his efforts to ignore the guy who seems to stalk him, and the eventual realization that love cannot always be found where we want it to be. The angel who magically appears to show Luke the consequences of his wishes may or may not be real, but Luke’s growth as he begins to listen to his heart definitely is.

If you like your holiday stories to be thought-provoking, if you want to find out how wishing for something does not always work out – even if you get it, and if you’re looking for a read about the old year making place for a new year, new realizations, and a new life, then you will probably like this powerful short story.





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Short Story, 41 pages/10500 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 10-December-2018
Price $2.99 ebook
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